About Fort Collins

Northern Colorado is the heart of the Rocky Mountains and draws a diverse group of people that live here for the lifestyle and quality of life the Front Range affords. The agents at RE/MAX Advanced are fortunate to work and play in a community that is as interesting as it is diverse. As the core cities of northern Colorado grow, including Fort Collins, Greeley, and Loveland, we have managed to retain a quaint charm that is reflected in buildings dating back to the 1800’s. 

Points of Interest

  • Old Town Fort Collins is alive with arts, entertainment, shopping and a variety of dining options.
  • The Lincoln Center is the City’s cultural arts center. Activities include professional theatre, dance, music, visual arts and children’s programs.
  • The new Museum of Discovery creates meaningful opportunities for people of all ages to learn, reflect and have fun through hands-on and collections based experiences in science and culture.
  • The Senior Center includes a pool, spa, gymnasium, track, billiards, crafts and a community media center/library.
  • The community library system (www.poudrelibraries.org) includes the Main Public Library, Council Tree Library and the Harmony Library, a join-use facility shared with Front Range Community College. The public libraries provide youth programs, computer labs and resources and information for Spanish-speaking citizens.

Here are a few guides written about Fort Collins and places to explore, from food and hiking, to beer and nightlife. 

Live Fort Collins Market Data

Median Sale Prices for Detached Homes in Fort Collins.

Median Sale Prices for Attached Homes in Fort Collins.